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Updated on Tuesday, February 26, 2013

#1011

OVERHEARD:
Girl: I *literally* just got raped by that midterm Guy: Are you sure you don't mean figuratively?

12 comments

  1. literally can also be used to add extra emphasis, the more you know.

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  2. Perhaps it can be, but in my experience it's not those who are well-read or well-spoken who use it in that way. I will literally continue using the word "literally" in its literal sense. Literally.

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  3. ^+999999999999999999999999999999

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  4. I have a feeling that the dictionary authorities will add another meaning to the word "literally" soon.

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  5. Language changes, get over it. You sound like old people talking about the word "sick."

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  6. You didn't create a separate line for what the guy and girl said so it seemed like she said "I just got raped by that midterm guy". As in a guy involved in the midterm raped her.

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  7. "No Ted, I literally mean literally" - Robin

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  8. I hate it when people use "literally" when they literally don't mean whatever they're saying literally. It should be reserved for when people want to emphasize that they are actually (or literally...) being literal.

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  9. LOL and haha @8 love that episode

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  10. If your in engineering this can actually happen. The midterm can and will abuse u physically.

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  11. My last midterm made my anus leak for a week.. T.T

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